Found November 11, 2012 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
Win now while planning for the future. That's the goal and the challenge facing the Green Bay Packers and general manager Ted Thompson. Throughout the rest of this season, some of Thompson's most difficult upcoming decisions may answer themselves with the team's play on the field. Others will likely require him to make a judgment call. As coach Mike McCarthy tries to lead the Packers to a second Super Bowl title in three years, Thompson will have to evaluate several key areas of the roster that he's been assembling since 2005. The biggest decision that Thompson faces is what to do with soon-to-be free agent Greg Jennings. It's been an injury-plagued 11 months for the the 29-year-old wide receiver, with Jennings playing only three games so far this season. First it was a knee injury at the end of last season, then a severe concussion in training camp, followed soon after by a groin injury that eventually resulted in Jennings needing mid-season surgery. That...
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